Looking for affordable new digs? You’re in luck. Inventory remains flush for NYC rentals. Here are five cool deals on NYC apartments for $2500. No studios here, either: They all have at least 1 bedroom. And better yet, they’ll land you in great neighborhoods, from Williamsburg up to Morningside Heights. Happy hunting!
We start on tree-lined East 95th Street, less than a block from the Central Park reservoir. This spacious and inviting 1-bedroom features high ceilings and bay windows. Don’t miss the kitchen, which is narrow but sports a dishwasher, exposed brick, and a Tudor-style beamed ceiling. The co-op building offers laundry and elevator. Catherine Slotnick at Compass is the listing agent for this NYC apartment for $2500.
We stay uptown for our next NYC apartment for $2500. At 755 square feet plus a terrace, this 1-bedroom makes for a spacious perch. The kitchen is loaded with high-end finishes and appliances, including a dishwasher. Plus, stay home and stay clean with your own washer and dryer. The doorman building offers a roof deck, fitness center, and parking. Nathaniel Faust and David Palmieri at Corcoran have the listing.
Next we head across town to Morningside Heights. Windows galore let the sun shine into this lovely, south-facing 1-bedroom. The kitchen and bathroom are both newly renovated, and there’s a handy coat closet in the foyer entry. The pet-friendly building has an elevator and a laundry room. David Biton at Stone Crest is the listing agent.
Our first NYC apartment for $2500 in Brooklyn is this bright 1-bedroom. It’s remodeled and fully loaded! The open kitchen has custom cabinets and stainless appliances, including a dishwasher. There’s also central air, new flooring, and a positively huge bedroom. And the location is super-convenient to the L train at Grand Street. Joel Scharf is the listing agent.
Bushwick is our last stop. This 2-bedroom loft totally reps the vibrant and funky neighborhood! With super-tall 20-foot ceilings and massive original windows, it’s an artist’s paradise. The converted factory building has laundry, a live-in super, and a shared rooftop. Finally, this NYC apartment for $2500 is offering two months free on a 15-month lease. That brings the net-effective rent down to $2167. Contact Eldert Leasing for more details.